“Sweden’s dominant centrist party reverses its position and announces willingness to work with right-wing nationalists.”

“Israel faces third election in less than a year.”

“Finnish Prime Minister Antti Rinne resigns after coalition collapses.”

In some countries, opposing political groups figure out how to reach agreements, govern, and share power. In others, long-standing hatreds make it impossible for them to move forward. Opponents are not seen as political rivals but as illegitimate enemies with toxic agendas and unforgivable past behaviors. 

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This was originally published by El País.